Set in the woodlands the program is oriented towards the views of the terrain and the sun. Half of the program is pushed below ground to meet local zoning regulations. A clear dichotomy is created in the spatial experience of the house – a ‘glass box’ ground floor and a ‘medieval’ basement, where the spaces are carved out.
Maui’s north coast is a rough surferâ€™s paradise with strong winds and most importantly perfect waves. Windsurf sail designer Robert Stroj moved from Europe to Hawaii to lead a design research studio, this is his house.
This contemporary house in a remote and unforgiving local environment has “polished concrete floors flowing throughout and crystalline white ceilings”. The RIBA Manser Medal is awarded to the best new house designed by an architect in the UK.
Winners of the prestigious 2014 Stirling Prize with Everyman Theatre in Liverpool.
Key former buildings by this architecture studio include Snape Maltings Campus Buildings, Suffolk, and the Royal College of Art, Battersea, London
RIBA Client of the Year Award 2014 Winner.
2014 Stirling Prize shortlisted + winner of RIBA North West Regional Award
This major refurbishment and extension to the Manchester School of Art has been executed with great skill by Feilden Clegg Bradley Studios.
Denizen Worksâ€™ house no 7 winner of the Stephen Lawrence Prize 2014
This unusual house is located on Tiree in the Western Isles of Scotland.
The Royal Institute of British Architects (RIBA) Stephen Lawrence Prize is an award that recognises fresh architectural talent and smaller construction budgets.
2014 Stirling Prize winner: Liverpool’s Everyman Theatre, whose acting alumni includes Pete Postlethwaite and Julie Walters, has undergone a complete structural and artistic renovation thanks to the Everyman creative team, architects Haworth Tompkins and theatre consultants Charcoalblue.
This restoration and extension of a ruined, B-listed, Tiree black-house effectively provides two houses within a single curtilage. The extensions follow the spirit of local agricultural buildings in their materials, roof forms and particularly in the use of corrugated cladding.
Maggieâ€™s Oxford at the Patricia Thompson Building brings additional support for people with cancer across Oxfordshire. Maggieâ€™s, the charity that provides free practical, emotional and social support for people with cancer and their family and friends, has celebrated the opening of its new purpose built Centre in the grounds of The Churchill Hospital.
The site is located at the mouth of a natural river inlet on the Isle of Wight. Set on the site of an industrial building, the house commands views of the scenic shoreline lined with deciduous woodland.
New photos of this dynamic tower with free formed balconies, “which make a recognizable sculpture from all directions; the new ‘crown’ of Hatert. The parking for the apartments is organized underneath a raised deck that will function as a new public space…underneath the housing program the ground floor will be used as a community health centre.”